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Apr
14
comment getting disk identifier from the disk name
That's probably true but OP hasn't provided any realistic information in his question to warrant an answer, that's I just left a comment.
Apr
14
comment getting disk identifier from the disk name
Use df command and store column1
Feb
13
comment Add a Trailing Slash to Single Url
You can just use RedirectMatch 301 ^/(index\.php)$ /$1/ as your first rule.
Feb
6
comment remove the question mark from url using htaccess
Try this in a new browser.
Jan
8
comment Finding and renaming files
oh that's perfect :)
Jan
8
comment Finding and renaming files
Ok that is pretty old BASH. Can you run find . -type f -name '*\**' to see if it lists correct files.
Jan
8
comment Finding and renaming files
Make sure you're running it under BASH. Also can you check your BASH version on your HP host?
Sep
12
comment “Script” command in Bash on Mac OSX
Run type script and see what you get?
Jun
17
comment Regular Expression: how to match 'ab','ac' and 'a'
@EarthWorm: My suggested command was grep -E "\ba[bc]?\b" file (note extra word boundaries).
Dec
4
comment Using sed get substring between two double quotes
@JonathanLeffler: Thanks a lot for you detailed comment, I couldn't have explained it better.
Dec
4
comment Using sed get substring between two double quotes
Actually rsync will always write filepath first between " and " on stderr.
Dec
3
comment Using sed get substring between two double quotes
@AndersJohansson: Thanks I added your cut command to answer as well.